Whether you’re looking to create a new conservatory extension or replace the existing roof of your existing conservatory, a solid conservatory roof will transform it into a comfortable space that you can enjoy throughout the year. Unlike polycarbonate or glass roofs, which can let too much sunlight in, our solid replacement roofs are highly insulated, meaning they will keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter.

Our Ultraroof and Livinroof replacement solid roofs can be incorporated into any type of existing conservatory, including p-shaped, Victorian, Edwardian, Gable End or Lean To styles. Our lightweight roofing tiles are available in a choice of colours and styles, so finding one to match your existing home will be easy.

Both the Ultraroof and Livinroof will improve insulation, which will result in lower heating bills. They will also cut out unwanted noise from outside, helping you to enjoy your conservatory all year round. As well as the financial benefits of a better-insulated conservatory, having a more usable living space will increase the value of your home and may even prove to be a selling point when you come to move house in the future.

If you’re considering installing a solid conservatory roof, it’s important to find an approved Ultra Installer to help you design your new space and ensure it’s built according to building regulations. This is because changing your conservatory roof from a glass or polycarbonate to a solid replacement roof will change its classification from a temporary structure to a permanent part of the home, so it needs to meet certain safety standards.

A reputable installer will be able to advise you on the best way to install your solid conservatory roof, as they’ll know what type of base and existing windows and doors your conservatory has. They’ll also be able to check that your existing structure has the strength and structural support to carry the weight of the new roof.

While a solid conservatory roof will require less maintenance than other types of conservatory roofs, you will still need to clean it regularly and carry out any roof repairs that are needed from time to time. This will help to reduce the risk of moss growth, which can be a problem for some conservatories with polycarbonate or glass roofs.

As an Ultra Installer, Brackenwood will work with you to design your perfect Solid Conservatory Roof. We’ll help you decide on the right type of roof for your property and then provide a free quote. Once you’re happy, we can liaise with your local authority or other relevant body to get Building Regulations approval, which will allow the work to be completed. Once the work has been completed, you’ll have a new space that feels like an extension of your home and will benefit you for years to come.

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